The Delta Delta Chapter has a long history of undergraduate brothers distinguishing themselves in the Fraternity, on campus and in the community. We would like to highlight the accomplishments of one of these brothers.
Drew Green, Class of 2019
Drew Greene has been a true example of what it takes to be a well-rounded contributor in his Fraternity, on campus and in the classroom. Delta Delta’s 2019 Chapter Balfour Award recipient has sought to leave his mark in a number of ways.
Roles Within the Fraternity
At Delta Delta Drew has held the demanding positions of Quaester (Treasurer) and Recruitment Chairman. Staying on top of the chapter’s financial obligations requires diligence and a commitment to handle a budget of over $100,000. As one of the Recruitment Chairmen, Drew oversaw all the rush activities that assessed over 400 candidates leading to the selection of a pledge class of 30 members. This involved team work, organization and exceptional leadership skills. Drew also served as Internal Philanthropy Chairman. His efforts led to strong participation in multiple philanthropy activities held at the chapter house.
Academically Drew graduated in the Spring of 2019 with a degree from the Krannert School of Management in Finance, Economics and Management with a GPA of 3.93/4.0. Drew received the Presidential Scholarship, Delta Delta Class of 2008 Scholarship, Delta Delta Academic Achievement Scholarship, Bell Chapter Scholarship and was on the Dean’s List.
Campus Organizations and Honors
On campus Drew took part in the Rising Professionals and Old Master’s Programs that bring leaders from multiple professional disciplines to Purdue each year to meet and interact with Purdue students. He also was a member of the School of Management Council and IFC’s Safety and Risk Management Authority.
In recognition of his many contributions to Purdue, Drew was one of 40 seniors selected to the prestigious Mortar Board Honor Society.
Reflections on Top Achievements
When asked what he would consider one of his top achievements, Drew responded, “My greatest accomplishment during college was my selection to Purdue’s 2019 Mortar Board class. Each year, Purdue honors the top 40 student-leaders from the graduating senior class based on criteria of scholarship, leadership, and service, and I was honored to be part of the class this year. My inclusion into this select group at a campus of this size represents a culmination of all of the hard work over the last four years that I have put into our chapter, my academics, and in organizations across campus.”